Facebook, whose chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, appeared before European lawmakers in Brussels last month, is facing new questions about its privacy protections.
A Rohingya Muslim woman at a displacement camp in Myanmar. Facebook has been accused of facilitating attacks on the Rohingya in the country by allowing anti-Muslim hate speech on its platform.
Senators Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Mark Warner of Virginia, Democratic sponsors of the Honest Ads Act, a measure to increase transparency in online political advertising after Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
An antitrust fine against Google underlines how European authorities are aggressively pushing for stronger regulation of the digital economy on a variety of issues.
From left, Gary Bradski, chief technology officer at Arraiy, which is trying to automate the creation of digital effects for movies, TV and games; Brendan Dowdle, the company’s head of operations and strategy; and Ethan Rublee, Arraiy’s chief executive.
Outside an Amazon building in Seattle.
Microsoft has been pushing to build software for people with disabilities. It’s Seeing AI app is meant to narrate images for users.
Apple and Samsung settled a seven-year legal fight over smartphone patents.
Huawei’s $800 Mate 10 Pro will not be available through AT&T.
The headquarters of Facebook, which announced on Thursday that every Facebook page would have a tab called “Info and Ads.” Twitter said Thursday that it was introducing an Ads Transparency Center.
One of Google’s tensor processing units, a new kind of chip that Google said on Monday it would allow other companies to access through its cloud-computing service.
Facebook has been trying to counter charges that not enough is being done to stamp out fake news and disinformation on the social media platform.
Julie Bloom, a deputy editor on the national desk, communicates with her reporters in multiple ways: via text message, Slack, the Signal app, Gchat and phone calls.
An anti-Facebook activist next to cut-outs of Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s chief executive, outside the European Commission in Brussels last week. Litigation led by an Austrian, Max Schrems, accuses Facebook, Google, Instagram and Whatsapp of failing to comply with Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation.
Members of Congress had a mixed bag of concerns for Mark Zuckerberg this week, including points about Facebook’s privacy and data collection policies.
Two security flaws linked to the chips that underpin most of the world’s computers has the even the biggest tech companies worried.
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